A small harbour with fishing boats. Ideal for snorkelling.
The largest of the islets in the area, it is a nature reserve
Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length.
Marie Ozanne resisted oppression during the Occupation
In the 19th century, quarrying was the major industry in Guernsey.
A granite wall once enclosed this former quarry
Le Grande Pre provides important habitat for breeding reed birds.
A mill has existed on this site since the 14th century and it was in use until c. 1914
This walk loops inland from , taking in some lovely sea views and a visit to the Dehus Dolmen, one of the most fascinating prehistoric sites in the Island. This is free to enter and features 'Le Guardian du Tombeau', a remarkable carving highlighted by a beam of light that brings it to life.
Moving on past one disused quarry, we come to another which is now a marina by the name of Beaucette. This was created in the 1960s by the Royal Engineers who blasted through granite to the open sea to create what is nowadays a picturesque harbour. Pause here for a meal in the the Gold Award Restaurant at Beaucette Marina or take a rest at the kiosk at the end of this walk which is perfectly situated to take in the panoramic views.
Download the audio description with Island FM's Andrew Senneck providing the voice over. The audio offers insightful information to make the walk even more enjoyable. Alternatively, you can download the walk map.